LOOK: Red Sox prospect punches Mets minor leaguer leading to bench clearing brawl in Double-A game

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Baseball has actually taken a hit today, or rather numerous of them. A battle broke out throughout the Portland Sea Dogs and Binghamton Rumble Ponies Double-A minors video game on Thursday. The pitcher was left requiring medical attention.

This occurrence took place at the bottom of the 3rd inning as Binghamton — a New York Mets affiliate — held a 3-1 lead. The bases were filled and Sea Dogs initially baseman Tyreque Reed, a Boston Red Sox possibility, was at bat. Reed got struck in the hand by a toss from pitcher Marcel Renteria.

Reed made a journey to very first base however he didn’t complete it. Instead, he made his method towards Renteria — who appeared to have stated something — and punched him in the face. The pitcher was up to the ground however then pursued a various opposing gamer. After which, a full-scale brawl began as both groups’ dugouts cleared.

It didn’t last long, however Renteria was quickly seen down in front of the plate surrounded by the Rumble Ponies personnel. He was changed by Justin Lasso, and Reed was ejected together with Binghamton 3rd baseman Brett Baty.

The Sea Dogs ended this video game with a 12-5 triumph and enhanced their record to 6-6. Binghamton dropped to a 4-7 record. Officials remained on the field a bit longer than typical after the video game to make certain say goodbye to battles broke out as both groups needed to go out the very same method.

Earlier today there was another physical occurrence at a various baseball level. A Weatherford College pitcher was suspended after taking on a North Central Texas College base runner.



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